Physician-filmmaker Delaney Ruston sheds light on the mental-health challenges faced by millions upon millions of people around the world, including bipolar disorder, depression, schizophrenia and anxiety. Included: cultural attitudes toward mental illness; and the difficulties in gaining help in countries where access to mental-health care is limited and human-rights violations are common.
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